I know many are looking for new projects (at least I hope so), so here's a suggestion:
Just a subtle hint or a whisper in the right (or left for that matter) ear, many of us (well, me anyway) would to like improve our meat cutting skills to take advantage of the bigger offerings we find at Costco and elsewhere as an example. I've trolled YouTube and have found some fair to good technique information but I gotta tell you, just as an example, I've seen 4 different ways to trim and cut Top Sirloin into steaks, roasts and leftovers for hamburger, which is ok because I prefer to make my own hamburger, but the skill level of the presenters ranged from "shade tree cutter" to an instructional video for beginning meat cutters (which I really enjoyed and learned a lot from). I’ve found some good basic information on this site dealing with “where on the beast the meat comes from” but as to the meat cutter stage, well, there’s the rub. Being raised a city boy, I’d didn’t have the benefit of many of you so, perhaps somebody or two would take this on, perhaps as a wiki. Beef, Pork, whatever.